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At 16 servings, this cake can serve a crowd at an annual get-together. It also doubles as a perfect holiday or hostess gift.
Substitute 2 cups all-purpose flour for the cake flour.
Prepare batter as directed; pour evenly into 5 greased and floured 5x3-inch loaf pans. Bake at 325°F for 45 to 50 minutes or until wooden toothpick inserted in centers comes out clean.
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Too dry... i try this in 3 ocassions,but NO
make this every Christmas everyone loves it
Have made this recipe since the early 80's, very rich, has never failed to satisfy.
The original idea was to coat the inside of a 1lb. coffee can with butter or shortening and finely chopped nuts, then once baked and cooled, put the lid on and rap it up for giving. Still the way I do it, just a bit tougher finding the old style metal coffee cans.